Heavy rain, wind, lightning and hail struck our region Monday night into Tuesday. Check out photos from our viewers from across the area.
After 141 years, Philadelphia has a new record rainfall total for April 20.
Monday's heavy rain caused flooding along Delaware Avenue shutting a stretch of it down early Tuesday morning.
Heavy rain mixed with strong winds to cause some scattered flooding and power outages in the Philadelphia region as the first part of wet weather struck Monday.
The rain continues to fall heavily near the Schuylkill Expressway Monday morning and winds are gusting.
Flooding caused parts of PATCO to close during the morning rush. NBC10's Cydney Long has the details.
Good news, the threat of severe storms slamming the Philadelphia region Friday afternoon has become far lesser.
The same storm system that slammed the Midwest with violent thunderstorms, damaging hail and destructive tornadoes Thursday night is set to bring severe weather to our region on Friday.
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